Pain

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Trust me, pain is no stranger of mine. I know what it feels like to be broken, because I’ve been broken. Hell, I might still be broken in some ways. I have given my heart, mind, body, and soul to someone just to have it thrown back in my face. I have loved someone with every single ounce of my being and had them turn around to betray, lie, take advantage of me, and break my heart more than I even knew was possible. I’ve been scattered into a million pieces and had nights where I would look at myself and think “where do I even begin to put myself back together again?” but I decided that just because I was broken, doesn’t mean that I had to stay broken.

I know that life is hard and it’s always going to throw shit my way and I know that sometimes life just fucking sucks and it feels like you can’t catch a break no matter what you do. But you fight, and you try and even when you think you have nothing left to give, you try. Because it’s all we can do. It’s thee only thing we can control. We can’t control if other people hurt us, and we might never know why. I believe that there are really shitty people in this world, but I also believe that there are some really good people out there too. If you just take the time to look, even if you have to look really hard. I believe that love does exist and it’s worth it to take the risk. the worst that could happen is that you get your heart broken, but so what? You’ve been there before, and you got through it. The best thing that could happen is you find the love of your life, and if that’s not worth fighting for. Then I don’t know what is.

19 responses to “Pain”

  1. โ€œThe best thing that could happen is you find the love of your life, and if thatโ€™s not worth fighting for. Then I donโ€™t know what is.โ€

    Nor do I my friend. However I do know that it is worth the winning shot!

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  2. This is very painful to read. But I’m relieved to see some hope and positivity along the way. Me and my wife also had some misunderstandings especially when she had her miscarriage, I tell you it’s not easy. My wife now is as gentle as a makahiya leaves very sensitive. Husbands who have experienced lost of child must have their patience ready. Double, triple or maybe seven fold their patience. God bless to you blogger.

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